DAVID SAFIER BAD KARMA EBOOK
At the gates of Heaven, Kim is informed that she has collected too much bad karma in her life, and has a long road of atonement ahead. Reincarnation as an ant. This debut novel follows the trials and tribulations of Kim Karlsen, a television personality whose career obsession brings her some serious cosmic. OK now bear with us on this – a selfish, egotistical TV star is killed by a falling satellite and finds herself re-incarnated as an ant – it sounds ridiculous but this book is an absolute gem. Funny, clever and thought provoking it is no surprise this has been a top seller in.
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The Paperback of the Bad Karma by David Safier at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Lousy Karma, ISBN: David Safier gates of Heaven, she is informed that she has collected too much bad karma in her. I discovered that David Safier is a successful German screenwriter, having won Bad Karma is a funny, but thought provoking book about.
It sounds like it's a lot of fun, but also makes you think. I don't think I would like to be reincarnated as an ant, and you mention that Safier is not an animal person, so this book intrigues me even further.
Very interesting choice. It would probably make a great read for me.
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This looks great. I think I'd really enjoy it. Have to say, the misrepresented dog breed on the cover would really bug me, too!
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Search This Blog. Top Pick. PaperBack August 25, This debut novel by David Safier follows the trials and tribulations of Kim Karlsen, a television personality whose career obsession brings her some serious cosmic repercussions.
In her quest to dominate the airwaves, Kim cheats on her husband, neglects her daughter, and mistreats her staff. It all seems worth it when she wins the biggest German Television Award, but sadly on the very same night she is crushed to death by debris falling from a Russian space station.
At the gates of Heaven, she is informed that she has collected too much bad karma in her life, and has a long road of atonement ahead.
Reincarnation as an ant teaches her a few lessons in humility, and she experiences existence as a guinea pig and as a beagle before regaining human form just in time to sabotage the marriage of her husband to her back- stabbing best friend. Check your local Dymocks store for stock.
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Reviews from Goodreads. Delivery options: Shipping to an Australian address When will my book be dispatched from your warehouse? I personally find this quite Douglas Adams-y. The book continues on this track of hilarious nonsense, just without ever actually making you laugh, at least out loud.
Since the main character happens to suffer a justified death in the beginning of the book, it does make sense that the rest of Bad Karma is about afterlife. Afterlife from allegedly the buddhist point of view.
You get good karma for unselfishly helping others, and bad karma for being a complete jerk. This is where the very light philosophy of the book dwells.
It's not much, but can certainly still make the reader to reflect their own choices from the karma perspective, and can actually provide some sort of enlightenment. The moral quite often is that maybe one should consider their beloved ones before themselves and such. Anyway, food chain is climbed and thus Kim finds more and more ways to be kind towards others to the point where she has to reconsider her earlier self.
On this journey, a few key figures are ever present, but I would like to raise two of the more surprising ones to up: Casanova yes, That guy and Buddha. Bringing these two unsuspected personalities to the book makes it that much more entertaining, in a very Douglas Adams-y way.Heather Morris. I hope that your review persuades a few other people to give it a try.
In her quest to dominate the airwaves, Kim cheats on her husband, neglects her daughter, and mistreats her staff. I also really like the idea of karma. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Jenners says: David Safier, Hilary Parnfors.